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Artists: Shawn Johnston and Hawlii Pichette

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Contact our team to learn more about resources and opportunities with Indigenous London Arts.

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The London Arts Council acknowledges the 94 Calls to Action outlined in the Final Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) and recognizes that accountability to Truth and Reconciliation is sustainable and measurable over time.  Therefore, we are committed to inclusive and equitable arts programming that promotes Indigenous representation in program design and opportunities, professional development for Indigenous artists, and ongoing relationship building with the local Indigenous community.

To find out more about the LAC's Cultivating Allyship efforts, please email

The London Arts Council is located within the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, Lenaapewuk, and Haudenosaunee Nations; land that is also shared by Metis, Inuit, and urban Indigenous community members.   The City of London is party to the London Township Treaty of 1796 and the Longwoods Treaty of 1819.  


Pre-Confederation Wampum Agreements document longstanding covenants that bind Indigenous Nations to each other through the Dish With One Spoon Wampum (G’doo-Naaganinaa) and to settler colonists by way of Kaswentha (The Two Row Wampum).

Boozhoo, Shekoli, Koolamalsi!



Tourism London Welcome Centre on Wellington Road South


This video showcases the artwork and creations that are located at the Tourism London Welcome Centre on Wellington Road South.

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